LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. DURING the illness of Hector Mockford, his Business as Sweep and Nightman will ba carried on by his Son. Orders punctually attended to. WANTED the _ no mistake —Watches thoroughly Cleaned, 5s j Mainsprings, 4s Cd. By Peter Dick, <he most reliable watchmaker (upstairs), next Athomeum, Octagon. WANTED, smart little Girl for Workroom. Mis Willson, No. 20 Rattray street. ANTED, Cooks (L 45), also General Servants (hotels, Cromwell), Housemaids, General Servants, Nurses, Couples (refere ces). Murley, Maclaggan street. WANTED, immediately, Stonebreakers; good shelter, fortnightly draws. Apply William Budge, Constitution street Quarries, Port Chalmers. WANTED, Tenders for Shop and Dwelling at Scaoliff, Plans at Campbell Bros., Pine Hill. Tenders close Saturday, 17th inst., at noon. WANTED Known—Watches Cleaned, 4s 6d ; Mainsprings, 4s ; Clocks Cleaned, 2s 6d. H. H. Bailey, watchmaker, Royal Arcade. ANTED, a good, respectable, plain Cook Vt for a family in the country (near town). Call at City Hotel between the hours of 11 a.m. and Ip.m. on Tuesday, the 13th inst. WANTED, Girl for Housework; 16 years. Apply Mrs James Macdonald, N.E. Valley. ; WANTED, young Girl, to assist Housework and Children. Apply, for address, Myers’s Store, Roblj n.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 7982, 10 August 1889
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